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Donald Trump: White Glove - Part 1
FIRST THINGS FIRST
It’s been quite a while since my last article. I’m back in the saddle now but I put the brakes on for a few different reasons. Never before has there been a greater need for clarity but in order to get there one must step away from the fog of war. Also, I have no interest in regurgitating the same repetitive garbage for the sake of consistently funneling material to my readers, even if that material is subpar. Anybody can do that. Not me.
In this series my goals are pretty simple. I want to take more of a non-biased view of the last several years, reconstruct them through that lens, and by doing so make the past, present, and future start to connect in ways we may not have previously pondered or understood.
Throughout the series I will reference several of my other articles in an attempt to make sure we are connecting all the dots (both past and present). You can link to any of those articles below:
PRINCIPALITIES AND POWERS
GODS OF WAR
But first, a little commentary on the larger direction these globalists are attempting to take us. Over the last 3 1/2 years we have all been through life-altering scenarios. Whether that has been people that have been wide awake from the very beginning or people who have actually bought the narratives to one extent or another. We all have suffered, and every single person is a victim of crimes against humanity. We cannot ever make the mistake of detaching elections, COVID, mandates, censoring, lockdowns, or any of these treasonous activities from each other. With everything that is going on it has become obvious that they are not stopping, and we don’t really know what they are going to throw at us next. And although in this article we’ll only cover a slice of the much larger pie, it’s imperative that we unite in ways that we have never united before.
There are countless resources from which to glean information. Some folks have huge followings, some have smaller followings, but at the end of the day that doesn’t really matter all that much. What matters is that you and I become serious discerners of truth and even more so, show empathy towards one another because generally speaking, we are largely on the same page when it comes to the big topics. There will be all sorts of disagreements on the ways and means of how we have arrived in this place, but one thing is for sure; none of us are responsible.
As Benjamin Franklin so eloquently stated:
“We must, indeed, all hang together or most assuredly, we shall all hang separately.”
THE TIME HANGUP
As of the date of the writing of this issue it’s been 1045 days since the 2020 election on November 3rd and 2501 days since the 2016 election on November 8th. Luckly, with God a day is like a thousand years and a thousand years like a day. In other words, it’s only getting started folks. This thing called time is merely a construct so our simple minds can assemble and order things that God has, is, and will do.
Who in their wildest dreams would have ever imagined what has taken place over the last 8 or so years? As you replay it in your mind it’s almost inconceivable. And yet, here we are experiencing what will go down as one of the most memorable eras in US (if not world) history.
It just so happens that you and I live in a country, and we support a movement where the leader is arguably the most popular figure alive in the world today. Additionally, he may very well hold information needed to extinguish the bloodthirsty enemies once and for all. How he goes about doing so remains to be seen. At this point, he has two main weapons: God and himself.
The fact that Donald Trump can control narratives in ways that nobody probably in US history has been able to, should be a source of great encouragement to us all. Why is that? Because if you can control the narrative for long enough then the possibility increases over time that you can also influence human actions. The narratives that he has set into motion have given him unrivaled and unusual influence that we’ve never really witnessed before. Not only on the surface level, but he’s also dictating how the fight is being played out. How about one small example? When is the last time you witnessed a former president essentially call the shots on the Speaker of the House selection? So much so, that he forced a record shattering 15 rounds of voting and actually influenced a sitting congressman to put forth a token nomination for him.
That is one in a laundry list of examples where the sheer proximity of Donald Trump dictates both the actions and the outcome.
But narrative control is not his only masterful skill set. In fact, I would argue that his most prized skill is one that most of us never see.
I think it’s important that all of us begin to challenge the notion that this war will only be won if all the ‘perceived’ rules are followed. That approach only works in fantasy land. Let us not forget that the rules themselves were made by the very people who have spent careers doing nothing but breaking them.
So, if it bothers you that the once and future President of the United States might have played and continues to play hardball in order to save this country, then I guess you’re just going to have to be bothered. The enemy has come to steal, kill, and destroy. Rumors of assassination attempts on Donald Trump have now become commonplace.
The rules have changed, this is why as of today (September 12th) a formal impeachment inquiry has now been launched into Joe Biden.
During these times, distinguishing truth from reality can be extraordinarily difficult. Let us never make the mistake of thinking they are synonymous. But it’s mandatory to understand reality in order to see the greater truth. What ‘greater’ truth do I speak of? We’ll get to that in a bit.
Below we see truth (or some variation of it) on the left………..…..And reality on the right.
Going into the 2016 election, Donald Trump was trailing Hillary Clinton in the polls by anywhere from 5-6 percentage points depending on the poll. He won that election.
Going into the 2020 election, Donald Trump was trailing Joe Biden in the polls by anywhere from 4-5 percentage points depending on the poll. He lost that election.
The overwhelming point of view for those that follow Trump is as follows: (it’s not across the board but it’s safe to say a large majority see things this way)
2016 - Donald Trump defied all the polls (which were likely rigged) and conducted a historic campaign to appeal to the hearts and minds of the people who showed up in force, broke the cheating algorithms, and brought home an election win for the ages.
2020 - Donald Trump once again defied all the polls (which were likely rigged) and conducted another historic campaign. Once again, the people showed up in force, they were breaking the algorithms all day, and then around 10:30pm the deep state machine kicked into high gear and stole the election for Joe Biden.
I don’t want to understate all sorts of impactful subplots and contributing themes over those years that swung the pendulum one way or the other.
Election law changes
And on and on…..
Additionally, there’s no lack of theories that have spawned as a result of what transpired both in 2016 and in 2020. I am in no position to provide commentary on any of those theories, as I have learned the blistering speed at which the geo-political landscape move can make you a genius today and a fool tomorrow. This is why I try to take a balanced view of both sides of the isle. Without that balance you develop tunnel vision (perhaps unwittingly) and become blinded to parts of the reality that may help you see all the puzzle pieces and how they should fit together.
Fresh thinking is critical, especially since we are now pushing three years since the 2020 general election and nearly 7 years since the 2016 general election.
If you’re still thinking what you thought 3, 5, or 7 years ago and trying to retrofit everything through that lens, then the chances are pretty good you’re missing entire blocks of information (or at least suppressing them).
Below is very much an abbreviated list of key events that have transpired over the last several years, specifically where Donald Trump was central to the event at hand. I have picked a list of 10.
January 2017 - Buzzfeed Report on Dossier. Result: No criminal investigation.
March 2017 - ‘Obama is wiretapping’ Tweet. Result: No criminal investigation.
December 2019 - Horowitz Russia Report. Result: No charges pursued.
March 2019 - Mueller Report Released. Result: No collusion (full investigation).
December 2019 - Phone Call Impeachment. Result: Not guilty (full investigation).
January 2021 - J6 Impeachment. Result: Not guilty (full investigation).
March 2023 - Hush Money Indictment. Result: Pending
June 2023 - Classified Documents Indictment. Result: Pending
July 2023 - Election Subversion Indictment. Result: Pending
August 2023 - Election Interference Indictment. Result: Pending
Something dawned on me about 4 or 5 weeks ago. Something that won’t sound even the slightest bit surprising. It’s just the way I think about it now is very different than when I was mixing truth with reality. That something is a very simple statement already known to all of us.
Nothing has happened.
When I say ‘nothing’ I want to make sure we understand I am primarily talking in the legal or investigative sense as it pertains to the countless geo-political crimes being committed by what is most likely scores of people.
I’m talking specifically about the big names.
Not the Danchenko, Manafort’s, or the Clinesmith’s of the world. You and I both know those names likely mean very little in the big picture.
Nothing of any significance has happened either to the enemies of Trump or their inner circles, or to Trump himself and his inner circle. Indictments, hearings, impeachments, trials, or other procedural and process moves are just that…..events with no teeth. It appears to be the epitome of theatre. Again, this requires completely restraining your bias, because your bias tells you ‘Nothing has happened to the deep state’ but that’s as far as my bias would allow me to go mentally. When I remove that bias it all but forces me to admit that really ‘Nothing has happened to anyone’
Let’s think about this from a purely practical standpoint. Do we really think that if they wanted Trump dead that they couldn’t have made that happen by now? Do we really think that Soros doesn’t have enough money to pay off a few RINO senators to vote yes to convict Trump at either of the impeachment trials? These monsters have endless wells of cash to initiate any bribe or blackmail scheme their hearts desire.
And yet when it comes time for the most powerful people in the world to deliver the knockout punch, they just don’t have what it takes.
That’s because Trump already had the answers before the test was even written.
Some of the answers deal with oil and gas.
Some of the answers deal with big pharma, big media, and big tech.
Some of the answers deal with our foreign enemies and supposed allies.
So, to close out part 1 let’s test out our hand with
THE DORSEY DEMONS
The reason I am using the Twitter Files as a first test case is because, believe it or not, we likely haven’t even arrived at the nightmare part of that story.
It was back in March, but it already seems like ages ago that Matt Taibbi sat in front of the United States Congress and uttered the following words:
“The original promise of the internet was that it might democratize the exchange of information globally. A free internet would overwhelm all attempts to control information flow. It’s very existence a threat to anti-democratic forms of government everywhere. What we found in the files was a sweeping effort to reverse that promise and use machine learning and other tools to turn the internet into an instrument of censorship and social control. Unfortunately, our own government appears to be playing a lead role.”
Taibbi colleague Michael Shellenberger followed by saying:
“Moreover, we know the US government has funded organizations that pressure advertisers to boycott news media organizations and social media platforms that refuse to censor and/or spread disinformation, including alleged conspiracy theories.”
Back in July of 2022 I wrote part 4 in my Flight 1745 series entitled Layover in Babylon.
In that piece I went into some detail about the following story:
That article also illustrated the following:
Well, that sure puts a different kind of spin on things now, doesn’t it?
I am a big fan of trying to speak truth whenever possible so let me summarize and you just judge for yourself. Twitter hired a couple guys that had been there for years and then during a seven-month period they had access to more that 6,000 accounts and then funneled that data back to a source directly connected to MBS…..and then six months later the CEO of Twitter meets with the very man that planted moles inside of his company?
Now folks, I have been doing this IT thing for quite a while and I can tell you with a very high degree of certainty that if you give an engineer ‘extensive access’ to anything for seven solid months it is limitless the amount of data that engineer can get his/her hands on, especially if they know you’re turning a blind eye.
Fast forward to September 2023.
The social media company formerly known as Twitter has been accused in a revised civil US lawsuit of helping Saudi Arabia commit grave human rights abuses against its users, including by disclosing confidential user data at the request of Saudi authorities at a much higher rate than it has for the US, UK or Canada.
The lawsuit was brought last May against X, as Twitter is now known, by Areej al-Sadhan, the sister of a Saudi aid worker who was forcibly disappeared and then later sentenced to 20 years in jail.
It centers on the events surrounding the infiltration of the California company by three Saudi agents, two of whom were posing as Twitter employees in 2014 and 2015, which ultimately led to the arrest of al-Sadhan’s brother, Abdulrahman, and the exposure of the identity of thousands of anonymous Twitter users, some of whom were later reportedly detained and tortured as part of the government’s crackdown on dissent.
Lawyers for Al-Sadhan updated their claim last week to include new allegations about how Twitter, under the leadership of then chief executive Jack Dorsey, willfully ignored or had knowledge of the Saudi government’s campaign to ferret out critics but – because of financial considerations and efforts to keep close ties to the Saudi government, a top investor in the company – provided assistance to the kingdom.
The convicted man, Muhammad al-Ghamdi, 54, is the brother of a Saudi scholar and government critic living in exile in the UK. Saudi court records examined by HRW showed that al-Ghamdi was accused of having two accounts, which had a total of 10 followers combined. Both accounts had fewer than 1,000 tweets combined, and contained retweets of well-known critics of the government.
The Saudi crackdown can be traced back to December 2014, as Ahmad Abouammo – who was later convicted in the US for secretly acting as a Saudi agent and lying to the FBI – began accessing and sending confidential user data to Saudi Arabian officials. In the new lawsuit, it is claimed that he sent a message to Saud al-Qahtani, a close aide to Mohammed bin Salman, via the social media company’s messaging system, saying “proactively and reactively we will delete evil, my brother”. It was a reference, the lawsuit claims, to the identification and harming of perceived Saudi dissidents who were using the platform.
“Twitter was either aware of this message – brazenly sent on its own platform – or was deliberately ignorant to it,” the revised lawsuit states.
Twitter, now X, does not respond to questions from the press.
The Guardian contacted the company lawyer in the case, Ben Berkowitz of Keker, Van Nest & Peters, but did not receive a response. The Guardian also contacted Dorsey’s new company, Block, Inc, to request a comment from the former Twitter chief executive but did not receive a response.
After Abouammo resigned in May 2015, he continued to contact Twitter to field requests he was receiving from Bader al-Asaker, a senior aide of Mohammed bin Salman, for the identity of confidential users. He made clear to the company, the lawsuit alleges, that the requests were on behalf of his “old partners in the Saudi government”.
Twitter “did not simply ignore all these red flags … it was aware of the malign campaign”, the lawsuit claims.
On 28 September 2015, Twitter received a complaint from a Saudi user that their accounts had been compromised. But, the lawsuit alleges, the company did not act to bar one of the Saudis who was later accused – Ali Hamad Alzabarah – from having access to confidential user data, even though he had accessed the user’s account previously.
In May 2015, when two Twitter users tweeted about the kingdom in a way that al-Asaker found objectionable, Albabarah accessed the users’ data within hours. EDRs about the users were then sent, and automatically approved by Twitter, the lawsuit alleges.
The US attorney’s office in San Francisco, which handled the case, did not respond to the Guardian’s request for comment on the company’s handling of the matter.
Twitter would later notify users who had been exposed, telling them their data “may” have been targeted, but did not provide more specific information about the scale or certainty that the breach had, in fact, occurred.
By “failing to give this crucial information, Twitter put thousands of Twitter users at risk”, the lawsuit alleges, claiming that some may have had time to escape the kingdom had they understood the risk. Even once Twitter was aware of the breach, it continued to meet and strategize with Saudi Arabia as one of its vital partners in the region. Dorsey met with bin Salman about six months after the company was made aware of the issue by the FBI, and the two discussed how to “train and qualify Saudi cadres”.
If you were to read this entire case your mind would be absolutely blown by the pure evil that was taking place during the Jack Dorsey tenure at Twitter. Activities like kidnapping, torture, murder, extortion, and racketeering were just some of the atrocities allegedly taking place.
Which brings us to some key questions:
Why was Jack Dorsey so easily convinced to step down from Twitter?
Why was the public not made aware of the equity stake that KSA (Kingdom of Saudi Arabia) had in Twitter?
What did the Trump Twitter ban really produce?
Is it realistic to think that Elon Musk suddenly became the champion of free speech while simultaneously having the cash on hand to purchase Twitter?
Was the purchase of Twitter an initiative to ultimately reveal a much bigger agenda under the guise of protecting free speech?
When you consider all the bizarre activity surrounding the departure of Dorsey and arrival of Elon Musk it makes headlines like this from 2019 take on a whole new meaning.
Knowing how you and I understand Donald Trump do we really believe for a second, he was inviting Jack Dorsey to the White House to merely ‘complain’? At this point in the overall timeline, we know that he knows about the two Saudi spies that Dorsey aided in 2015 and the meeting with MBS just six months later. Also, where was the first place Trump visited during his first term? Saudi Arabia.
In my mind it’s clear that Dorsey was either playing the role of ‘Chief Trump Persecutor’ or he was being hoisted on his own sword…..or both. But it would be naive to say the least in thinking that Trump wasn’t hold a royal flush.
BEHOLD A WHITE HORSE
Remember the Bibles President Trump used at his inauguration? One was the Lincoln Bible, and one was given to him by his mother upon his graduation from primary Sunday school. Does it make him a holy man of God? Of course not. But it speaks to the fact that to this day, the roots of his upbringing hold a place within him. I’m reminded of the proverb that provides encouragement to a parent to ‘raise a child in the way he should go and WHEN HE IS OLD, he will not depart from it.’
Like you and I, Trump is not running a sprint but rather a marathon and the countless deeds of selflessness are a testament to the evidence of his growth.
There can be no doubt that he understands his place in history and contrary to the persona of arrogance he has been tagged with, it’s obvious to anyone paying attention that he handles himself with profound grace that can come from only one source.
But something that has consistently struck me about Trump is that over the course of the last 7 or 8 years, he has progressively provided insights into his source of hope.
Is he perfect? Nope.
Does he get angry? Yep.
Is he a sinner? Yep.
Sounds like us, doesn’t it?
But of all the times I have heard him reference God or anything to do with God, this clip is the first time I have ever heard him (or any President for that matter) make these types of proclamations.
For everything there is a season and a time for every purpose under heaven. Ecclesiastes 3:1
The time indeed feels close at hand.
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